I have a tendency to hold onto things tightly, often to my own detriment. Unless it’s an actual emergency, gripping things tightly almost always limits our joy, perspective, and effectiveness. These past few months, a lot of us have been holding on both personally and professionally pretty intensely, which is completely understandable, yet often problematic. In this episode I talk about this dynamic and how important it is for us to loosen our grip, especially right now. Doing this allows us to be more creative, responsive, and open, and it’s also a much more fun and successful approach to work and life.
“When we loosen our grip it allows us to relax, respond, and engage more authentically and effectively in the most important aspects of our lives.” — @MikeDRobbinsClick to tweet
“Unless it’s an actual emergency, holding on tightly almost always limits our joy, perspective, and effectiveness.” — @MikeDRobbinsClick to tweet